Nestling in the ever popular coastal village of Boscastle this delightful cottage provides a relaxing seaside escape and is a great base for exploring the glories of Cornwall.
Set less than a mile from Boscastle's unspoilt harbour and the village's tea rooms and shops, this period property is a delightful choice for those who would like the opportunity to stay in a traditional cottage with all its charms and quirks. For quiet days, the cottage's patio offers guests a lovely space to relax and enjoy al fresco dining.
This cottage is awash with period features such as exposed stone walls, fireplaces, a narrow front door, and even the original bread oven, all of which come together to provide guests with a delightfully authentic retreat. The owners have, however, ensured that the cottage has been sympathetically updated where it counts, offering a well-appointed kitchen with a full range of equipment, as well as a sleek, contemporary shower room on the first floor.
Boscastle is a quintessential Cornish harbour village, steeped in history and lying in a sheltered inlet just inland from Cornwall's Atlantic coast. A quiet retreat from some of the busy resort towns, life in Boscastle takes on a slower, more relaxed pace, allowing visitors to enjoy the stunning scenery around the village, much of which is owned and maintained by the National Trust. Take a boat ride from the pretty harbour, enjoy stunning walks along the South West Coast path, or perhaps head down the coast to King Arthur's Tintagel, just 3.5 miles south of the cottage.
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.